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good morning. put that jacket on. we'll have fall start to push in here, winds calm ght now. we have patchy fog in spots so be aware of that as you head out and about. the radar is dry right now, good news for today. going through the hour by hour
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forecast, 68 by 10:00, 75 and warmer by noon. let's check the time saver traffic with lauren. good morning. we have patchy fog across the region. we expect reduced visibilities so be extra careful. there's a crash at pulaski highway south of 95. we'll take a live look north at route 43, not too many cars out there, everything moving right along. the fort mchenry tunnel is nice and clear. if you're traveling northbound, 8 minutes from the beltway to the toll plaza. 695 on the outer loop up to 83, just 11 minutes. no delays, just that typical drive time on the west side, outer loop from 795 down to 95,
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that's 11 minutes. a nearly three-yearlong operation by united states troops to squash the taliban is finally over according to defense officials. they say the last of several hundred troops that were part of the 2009 troop surge have left the country. you may remember in 2009 the president ordered 33,000 additional troops to afghanistan to stabilize the country so u.s. and international traders could develop some sense of security with the afghan forces there. you want the new iphone 5? get in line. fans are doing it today because the iphone goes on sale. an across the country, people have gone mad trying to get their hands on it. linda is live at a verizon store this morning to tell us what people are saying. >> reporter: there are about five people waiting in line
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here, the first mom and son here since 1:00 this morning. we are getting our first glimpse at the iphone 5. the manager has it right here in his hands. i have my iphone 4 so we can compare the difference. so what's different? >> it's thinner, lighter and faster with the lte network on verizon wireless. >> reporter: it has a bigger screen? >> it's longer, 4 inches as opposed to the 3 and a half. >> reporter: and it's thinner? >> 20% thinner. >> reporter: and the back of the phone is made of a different material? >> you have a little different material. the old one was glass and now it's and aluminum back as well. >> reporter: everyone wants their phone to be fast. does this provide that? >> yes, it will be much faster than your 4s. >> reporter: for anyone
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purchasing this phone or want to know what's new about this, you offer a special workshop? >> yes. we have them at all verizon locations nationwide so you can come in, sit down with a specialist and they will walk you through the phone. >> reporter: so tell us how many of these you have, if you're allowed. >> it's a secret. we're not allowed to release that information but everyone that shows up today will still be able to order one. >> reporter: okay. so doors open at 8:00 a.m., opening an hour early. five people are in line right now. if you get here and they have sold out, you can order them and they will have those available as soon as possible. so doors open here at 8:00 this morning. we'll standby. back to you. thank you. police this morning still
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investigating a bus crash that happened yesterday morning as a runaway bus slammed into a bus shelter, injuring seven people. witnesses say the driver was at the back of the bus when it began to roll forward. preliminary results say the crash was caused by driver error. all seven people are expected to be okay. al sharpton will be ginning other ministers from across the country to support same-sex marriage here in maryland. maryland voters will be deciding whether or not to allow same-sex marriage in maryland on election day. today experts will be using a special heat treatment to kill off bedbugs found at carol community college. students received e-mails this week making them aware of the bedbugs on the campus. the college called in investigators, who used a beagle to track down the
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bedbugs there. different areas and all the infected church have been isolated. stay with us this morning. the state requirements now for booster seats and car seats, and when they go into effect. we have all the details. and face to face encounter, what would you do if you were that close to a cheetah? it's time to change the way we clean.
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sea convenience store clerk used beer cans to fend off a robber. steven sickle came in with a life and the clerk threw beer cans at the man. the robber dropped the money and ran out of the store and was arrested a short time later. a group of tourists and a tourist in an african safari got more than they bargained for. it was another safari in kenya when a cheetah decided to hitch a ride. thus began 45 minutes of eye to eye contact with only a foot
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from that cheetah. >> oh, my. >> i'm not sure that i was breathing. and my knees were buckling and my body was shaking. she was stunning. >> they seem rather calm considering it was a cheetah. not known for viciousness, they can easily kill their prey. the tour guide told people not to move. she said the vehicle was just a purse so she could scan for the prey. i don't know about you, but i would be one of those morons that would try to outrun the cheetah. i'd start running. >> the first word that came to her mind was that the cheetah was stunning. that wasn't mine. bus stop forecast this morning, we are cool. grab the jacket for the kids as they head out, 57 degrees and 79 through the afternoon.
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we'll warm up nicely and they can put that jacket away heading home today. then we have to talk about the ravens and patriots as they play on sunday. we look at the kickoff, sunday at 8:20 and temperatures 61 degrees. it will be clear and cool, winds to the northwest 5 to 10 miles an hour. let's check the time saver traffic with lauren cook. we are seeing patchy fog across the region so take it slow. we have a crash up in hartford county on pulaski highway at oakington road. if you're on 95 in the area, there will be no delays and it will remain clear bel air to the white marsh area. witness you get to route 43, you're looking at 15 minutes to downtown baltimore. take a look at 695, east side clear here, nothing to get in your way has you head up toward
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towson. many people will probably be hitting the road over the next couple weeks to take in all the sights of the leaves changing. take the smart phone with you. it could be one of your best friends. there's a new app that will find the best places to get a glimpse of the foliage colors. o's fans can support the bird and we are live at camden yards with a preview coming up.
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thank you for joining us. the orioles are in boston now and the team is asking you to johnson is along for the ride and joins us this morning, dressed to kill. you look like you're in the spirit. >> reporter: i am so ready here. we are right in front of the ticket counter at camden yards, popular place starting tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. to the general public, the o's postseason tickets go on sale online. the orioles encourage fans to buckle up and back the birds in their push for the 2012 postseason. they set up a series of rallies
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that kick off today. a buckle up team will be appearing for the rest of themont and have several appearances in the next two weeks. the team also includes the orioles bird. the team will give away tickets, gear and other promotional items. tonight they will hit the silver spring mining company 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. on york road and saturday they will head to essex noon to 1:00 p.m. sunday the ravens walk 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. as well. these are just a few of the locations they plan to visit. head to for a complete list of where those rallies will be held.
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opening statements are scheduled to start today in the corruption case against former detroit mayor kwame kilpatrick. that's expected to last about four months. the president and first lady will be not view thorn and mitt romney will make and appearance on the show coming up in october. the space shuttle endeavor is almost home. today it will make its way to l.a., where it will enter retirement. it will be moved from the california science center next month where it's going to be on display. election day is november 6th. democrats and republicans are battling in court over controversial plans to limit early voting before election day. wal-mart will no longer sell the kindle tablets and e-
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readers. wal-mart did say they make all merchandising choices based on their promise to sell products at low prices. new child safety laws are going into effect starting october 1st. every child under 8 years old must be in a safety or booster seat. this week has been declared child passenger safety week. information stations are held and set up across the state and this is for experts to give you hands-on advice for car seats. children 4'9 or taller can ride without a booster seat. tomorrow awe o is officially here, even though it feels like it this morning. if you're planning on a trip to see all the brilliant fall colors, there's an app for that. if you want to know the best places to go, check your smart phone. the leafkeeper app is for
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iphone and androids and has regions that map out where the best colors are, where the leaves are turning. users can also upload photos. review them all coming up and check that out. the leaves haven't started to change but tomorrow autumn does start. that's right. we have been having chilly mornings and warm afternoons and it's going to be very nice not really leaf-keeping. right now as we see, not a lot on the satellite and radar, no rain picking up on the radar and no kind of of clouds around as of now on the satellite picture. but that will change as we go throughout the day, clouds will begin to increase. this morning we are cool, 52 in
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edgewood, and across the eastern sh 51 golds bro. grab is jacket and sweater as you head out. high pressure is in criminal of the weather, beginning to slide off to the east and this cold front will make its way in heading into tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening. with that we'll get a little stormy. the storm prediction center has a slight risk for severe weather. the biggest threat will be damaging winds. that will roll in around 5:00 or 6:00 so do your errands early in the morning because the wet weather is coming in. we are boing to dry out nicely behind that, plenty of sunshine in the forecast for sunday. for today, temperature around 79 degrees, not as cool as we head through the evening and we're warmer, above average, heading into tomorrow with storms in the forecast. we're breezy on sunday as we go into the morning time.
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then they will die down and we're cool heading into monday for the o's game. great weather for the ravens and orioles games, best of luck to both teams. unfortunately we have trouble this morning up in hartford county. plasticky highway at oakington road is in trouble, but 195 will be clear in the area. as we lock at 95 downtown, traffic is moving right along, no delays through the fort mchenry tunnel. jfx is in great shape, no delays whatsoever. just 11 minutes to travel southbound from the beltway to fayette street. the beltway itself is nice and free of let me ask you this: delays. this is 11 minutes traveling the outer loop from 795 to 95.
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back to you. coming up, a kindergarten student gets the surprise of her life. what does fall smell like? head north, to someplace pristine like acadia national park. there is nothing like the parks this time of year. the falling leaves, the crisp air, the perfect inspiration for air wick's fall collection.
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yeah, when i smell all those things, i know fall is in the air. the fall collection brought to you by air wick and the national park foundation. something in the air wick. [ sally umlaut ] what? the five stages of muller. ah yes... stage one: suspicion. "it's a yogurt, how good can it be?" stage two: revision. "actually, this ain't bad." stage three: surprise! "look at this cool cornery thing! i love this stuff!!" stage four: desolation. "it's gone!" stage five: anticipation "i guess i could always have another"... "have you been through the five stages of muller yet?" "yeah, just now." [ male announcer ] muller. the european for yummy.
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story time gets personal for one kindergarten student. jillian's teacher read them a story about a father who served his country then passed out american flags. it was that moment when her dad walked into the room, ready for a big hug. he been in afghanistan for ten months and now they are together and have a lot of catching up to do. >> she reads now, knows she wants to learn how to go horse back riding, stuff like that. that's one of the things she's real excited about. we're going to get her on a horse. >> i don't think she's going to leave his arms for a while. turns out father and daughter did get the skype during his deployment but he says there's nothing more special than holding his girl in his arms. it won't be long before you're raking leaves, cleaning the yard and bagging leaves to
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be picked up. this morning, what health officials say you can do to prevent back aches while you're doing that. plus you have more than a million and a half hits on youtube belting out i will always love you. now maybe a record deal for the karaoke act you don't want to miss. we're going to tell you what to expect about the blue crabs when the weather chains around here. details straight ahead. p
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